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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old Oct 27th, 09, 06:38 PM Thread Starter
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polyurethane polygraphite rubber????

looking to rebuild my front suspension...i'd like to improve the handling of the car while doing this...what kinda bushings should i use???? polyurethane, polygraphite, rubber, or...is it worth it to get the billet crossshafts with the del-a-dum bushings from global west???
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Re: polyurethane polygraphite rubber????

I used polygraphite in my 77 Camaro and it made a huge difference.

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Re: polyurethane polygraphite rubber????

I used polygraphite from PST in my chevelle, no complaints!
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Re: polyurethane polygraphite rubber????

Handling? Delrin or Del-a-lum. Also good for comfort as well because they have less stiction.

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Re: polyurethane polygraphite rubber????

x2 on the PST polygraphite kit. For the price it's hard to beat and the quality/fit is great. Makes a huge difference in handling.

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x2 on the PST polygraphite kit. For the price it's hard to beat and the quality/fit is great. Makes a huge difference in handling.
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Re: polyurethane polygraphite rubber????

What about the Energy Suspension bushings?

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What about the Energy Suspension bushings?
excellent product!!
just make sure that you lubricant the bushings before install. (lubricant is included with their kits)
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